Attleboro High School
|Attleboro High School|
100 Rathbun Williard Drive
|Color(s)||Blue, Silver & White|
|Rivals||North Attleboro, Bishop Feehan, Foxboro|
Attleboro High School is a public high school located in Attleboro, Massachusetts. The school is located at 100 Rathbun Williard Drive. The school has an approximate student enrollment of 1,700 students in grades 9-12. The schools mascot is the Bombardiers and the school colors are Royal Blue, Silver, and White.
For the 2014–2015 school year the demographic profile of the enrollment is as follows:
- Male - 52.8%
- Female - 47.2%
- African American - 5.2%
- Asian - 4.4%
- Hispanic - 10.9%
- Native American - 0.5%
- White - 75.2%
- Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islanders - 0.2%
- Non Hispanic Multiracial - 3.7%
Attleboro has a very long rivalry with neighboring town's North Attleborough High School. The football teams have played each other on Thanksgiving Day for the past 90 years. Other rivals of Attleboro include Bishop Feehan High School and Foxborough High School. As of 2010, Attleboro competes in the Hockomock League along with Taunton, Canton, Foxborough, Franklin, King Philip, Mansfield, Milford, North Attleboro, Sharon, Oliver Ames, and Stoughton. Before the move to the Hockomock, Attleboro competed in many other leagues such as the Old Colony League , Bristol County League, and for a long time the eastern athletic conference
- Fall Cheerleading National Champions - 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2014
- Boys' Basketball D-I State Champions - 1943, 1998
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